A Day In Valcour, Nicolas Richelet (3D)


#1

Title: A Day In Valcour
Name: Nicolas Richelet
Country: France
Software: 3ds max, Photoshop, VRay

Here i tried to represent the entrance of an old old mansion, located in Ardèche, France. I spent several days here and i found the atmosphere very quiet and inspirating. So i tried to give the same feeling through this image.
The stone is made of a mix between bump and displacement.
Ivy is made with the max’s particle flow.

>> Hi resolution image <<


#2

Perfect work…

More realistic ivy I’ve ever seen… :thumbsup:


#3

Who’s “C”? :slight_smile:
Heh. Just kidding.
Nice work. Good light. I think you accomplished creating an atmosphere: I’d like to be there!
-Henning


#4

This is an amazing work Congratulations.


#5

very realistic. great work!


#6

Perfect work…
:thumbsup: :thumbsup:


#7

excellent work very realistic …

I think the lights and shadows are perfect like modeling …
texturing can still be improved but very good taff indeed :wink:


#8

Excellent work!
Very realistic and then this image evokes stories.
Continue like that!


#9

Holy fudgesticles! Awesome work! Perfect texturing and lighting! :thumbsup:

<Way off Topic>-Weeee! 500 posts!


#10

thanks guys !

A little wire :


#11

Amazing! love these materials. could you tell a little bit about them? could you show us wall texture and bump/specular/displacement/any map you used? thanks in advance :slight_smile:


#12

!PERFECT!
:thumbsup:


#13

WoW ! :eek:

hi :slight_smile:

Please …:sad:

:eek:

How Do Settings Lights VRay ?

Thanks


#14

settings doesnt light vray…hehe just kidding…
perfect texturing…so is lighting


#15

Very nice work:)

You should name it keep it simple


#16

Christ, what a beauty.


#17

very nice work- it’s come along way since ‘hells door’ :slight_smile:


#18

stunning textures and details
very realistic and yes its come along way since last i saw it
nice job


#19

perfect and realistic indeed :wink:


#20

omg!

OOHHH oww
aoouu arrghh

 VERRRRRRRRRRRRRYYYYYYYYYY NICEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEE!